Date: 21 April 2015 09:00 – 16:35
This one-day interactive workshop will introduce you to principles, tools and techniques that will allow you to get started with open education at your institution or organization. Participants will gain practical knowledge of the benefits and potential pitfalls in starting projects, convincing faculty and administrators, and integrating open education into institutional practice through examples from institutions around the world.
The workshop will be conducted in a participatory manner with practical activities designed around the following topics:
Participation in the workshop is open to everyone, but will be particularly useful for those who:
* have little or no prior experience with open education
* would like to initiate open education projects at their institutions
* would like to learn more about any of the above topics in greater depth to improve existing open education project
*would like to run a workshop on open education at their home institution (Yep, we will equip you with all the slides and resources for your workshop!)
This workshop is appropriate for participants from all areas, however, the following stakeholders from Higher Education Institutions are particularly encouraged to participate:
W.F. van Valkenburg
If you have registered already but have not registered for the pre-conference workshop, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
Lunch is on your own. Two coffee breaks included.
Notes from the workshop